Montblanc Viller 1858 Series Single Button Specification Chronograph

As a brand in the watch and clock industry, Montblanc has already entered a good time for watch manufacturing and research and development. Its love for Regulator watches, in a sense, reflects the prudence inherent in a German brand.
     Take Montblanc’s Villeret 1858 series single-button normative chronograph as an example at the 150th anniversary of Minerva Watch Factory in 2009. The watch with multiple functions such as winding condition display, single-button chronograph, and central chronograph seconds hand, its methodical dial layout is contrasted with black and white and red, and the dial pattern of the Newsot pattern carved by the human mobile phone is clear and clear. The smooth look and feel not only wins the tradition and characteristics of Minerva chronographs, but also generates a pleasant visual movement in silence.
     Regulator, which stands for regulator-type standard timepieces, was originally born in the 18th century and is designed for watchmakers to proof time on other watches. The hour, minute, and second hands on the dial are based on one side, which can effectively avoid the visual error caused by the overlapping of the coaxial hands. Therefore, the Regulator is also known as the standard hand watch.
Core: MB16.3 0 manual winding movement
Case: 18K white gold case
Dial: black dial, button decoration, 18K white gold hands, hour dial at 12 o’clock and middle minute hand, and second time zone time display, day and night display, winding state display of power reserve mainspring, small seconds at 9 , Single button chronograph function, center chronograph second hand
Strap: Black alligator strap
Case diameter: 47 mm
Waterproof depth: 30 meters